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Stress perfusion CMR provides strong long-term prognostic value to cardiac events irrespective of patient sex

Topic: Stress Cardiac Magnetic Resonance (CMR)

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Doctor Theo Pezel

Hospital Lariboisiere, Paris (France)
4 presentations

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Cardiac Magnetic Resonance in Clinical Practice

Speakers: Doctor T. Pezel, Doctor D. Nayyar, Doctor M. Holzknecht, Doctor A. Demirkiran, Doctor L. Tondi...

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ESC Congress 2020

29 August - 1 September 2020

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